Margot Robbie Reveals Why She Loves Playing Harley Quinn


Margot Robbie has revealed the real reason why she really loves playing Harley Quinn in the DC Comics movies.

I do not believe for one second that there’s anyone else out there who could do a better job as Harley Quinn than Margot Robbie.

I know there were some people who didn’t love the casting when it was announced.

However, over the course of multiple movies, the Australian actress has really shown us that she is perfect in the role.

It seems as though she really loves playing the DC Comics character.

She even admitted during an interview with British Vogue that she struggles to rid herself of the characters, even when she’s out with her friends!

Margot Robbie really loves playing Harley Quinn

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Here’s what Margot Robbie told British Vogue about her love of playing Harley Quinn:

I’m painted white and I’ve got a wig on, got a crazy costume on and this Brooklyn accent. Even on a weekend when I’m out with friends, sometimes [Quinn] pops up and I’ll be like, ‘Right then, I’m gonna put a lid on that.’

Robbie then went on to talk about the importance of having more women write big Hollywood action blockbusters:

From a business or statistical standpoint, those are the high-paying jobs. So I really want to advocate for women writing big blockbuster action films. And then also, the perception that women aren’t interested in action is ridiculous.

James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad is going to be in UK cinemas on July 30th, and it’ll come to the US on August 6th.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to seeing Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn again in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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